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Romain Bardet of Team DSM climbs to stage 14 victory at Vuelta a España Rafal Majka claims emotional Vuelta stage win after solo breakaway

Rafal Majka stated his fifth stage prevail at a Grand Tour as he split away alone to take win before a group of people 15 of the Vuelta an España.

The UAE Team Emirates rider, who last won a Grand Tour stage in 2017, broke clear on the Puerto de Pedro Bernardo, 100km into the race. Majka saved his chasers taken care of for the extra 87km set out toward El Barraco, and gave win to his late father.

“It’s uncommon. On occasion you endeavor, and it’s hard to go for the break. In any case, today I endeavored from the start beyond what many would consider possible, I didn’t keep things under control for anybody today,” Majka said.

“I expected to win the stage. I expected to do it for my father, who passed on [recently], for my two kids and moreover for the phenomenal gathering that UAE is. I’m so bright. I had a horrendous start of the period, and it was hard for me and for my family.”

Fabio Aru couldn’t stay with Majka on the penultimate gathered rising and the Polish rider stayed clear on the day’s standard ascension – the Puerto de Mijares – to finish 1min 27sec before the second-set Steven Kruijswijk (Jumbo-Visma). Gathering DSM’s Chris Hamilton was 2min 19sec behind Majka in third.There was no change to the overall stage places as most of the essential contenders finished together. Odd Christian Eiking (Intermarché-Wanty) held the race boss’ red shirt before Guillaume Martin (Cofidis). The defending champion and race most cherished Primoz Roglic stayed in third, 1min 36sec behind Eiking going into the keep going lay day on Monday.

Exceptional Britain’s Adam Yates (Ineos Grenadiers) broke clear of the red shirt pack in the last stages to finish fourth and chip away 15sec on his setback. He sits eighth, as of now 4min 34sec behind Eiking.

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